International Hemp Solutions (IHS) is a Colorado-grown company architecting a global infrastructure to pioneer the growth of the U.S. industrial hemp market.
Since the passage of the 2014 Farm Bill, IHS has been facilitating the reemergence of industrial hemp as a staple agricultural commodity to foster economic development for American rural communities to rebuild their economies in the 21st century.More About IHS
IHS is building a network of services to service all facets of the industrial hemp industry: certified seed acquisition, acclimatization and propagation, seed variety certification programs, genetic bioinformatics, consultation, harvesting, distribution, processing, and manufacturing for commercial uses.Services
What is the problem that needs to be solved. The right seed for the right purpose.
Partner, Acquire, Create Land, Technology and Supply Chain
Grow, Replicate, Processing & Manufacture Innovative Solutions and Efficiencies
Worldwide Brand Placement & Distribution
Hemp is a remarkable and underutilized plant. Hemp can be bred for seed that can be eaten whole for protein or turned into powder or milk. Hemp seeds can be pressed to make oil for fuel, lubricants, nutrition products or cosmetics and the leftover cake can be used for flour or fodder. If bred for hurd, hemp can be used for concrete, insulation, animal bedding, or mulch. If bred for fiber, hemp can be used for rope, clothing, canvas, or carpet, as a few examples. Hemp stalk can also be used for biofuel or paper products. If bred for flower, hemp can provide a wide array of non-psychoactive cannabinoids that may be used as part of a treatment program for countless maladies; including pain management, epilepsy and cancer. The root can also be used for tinctures and teas.
Tea and tincture remedies for conditions such as arthritis or joint pain, fibromyalgia, and exzema.
Hemp is the strongest fiber in the world. Yes, you read that correctly. There are over 50,000 different uses for this plant. The benefits of cultivating this plant is that it can yield 3-8 dry tons of fiver per acre. That’s four times what an average forest can yield and it doesn’t require chemicals such as pesticides or herbicides.